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Mitzvat Ahavat Erev Rav: Loving the Complexity of Our Identities

Discussion led by Rabbi Shelley Goldman

December 10, 1:00-2:00pm Eastern, 2019

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Identity politics hold an increasingly defining role in the American social and political landscape of the 21st century. In her essay, Rabbi Jane Litman explores the complexity of holding Jewish identity in relationship to other identities.

Read the essay here.







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Rabbi Jane Litman supervises the Jewish Roundtable at the Pacific School of Religion’s Center for LGBTQ and Gender Studies (CLGS). Rabbi Litman has served Conservative, Reconstructionist, Reform and Gay Outreach congregations, and has been a consultant on moral education for diverse families for national Jewish institutions, the National Council of Churches and the Metropolitan Community Church. She was the Western Regional Director for JRF and a senior congregational consultant for the Reconstructionist movement.

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